Varian’s words were prophetic. The great orcish leader had only appeared to be humbled by the scorn and hatred heaped upon him. It turned out he was far from broken. Lured by his dispiritedness, or so Arthas gleaned by eavesdropping, the guards had grown lax in their care of him. No one was.
So far, I have introduced four characters, all of Empire. I did not care for the rogue-type character Nightblade. I rarely play them in other games, I found the same here. I almost always play casters. I have not seen on board as I should be. I am impatient to play, it is early, so I just wing it (now). It seems obvious that my main would be a magic or dragon knight.
Last night I launched my second dragon knight, this time the High Elves. I have not studied the ‘establishment’, so I’m learning, I go. Taking into account skill points can be spent so many different ways I think my options carefully and find out by trial and error, the error is how long I die, take my point of view the best way. I strongly recommend doing some reading like I just spent a few days did not punt though I do not mind the time around the teeth, because I want to feel before the game. After all, when you will be immersed in the online game What a few days? I learned a lot because I play so there is nothing wrong. Elves are born magicker so I picked up a staff and staff skill points spent, seem to have a lot of help. Elder Scrolls always know a lot of choices and this game has it in spades.
Technically, I was knocked out several times, in the evening 3 and distinctive games. I do not know whether this is the game or my ‘net. I take on, I get by me with a unique.